Gildan 8000 vs. Gildan G800 (50/50 DryBlend® Shirt) - What is the Difference?

Gildan 8000 vs. Gildan G800 (50/50 DryBlend® Shirt) - What is the Difference?

The Gildan 8000 and Gildan G800 are the same identical shirt. This shirt is often referenced as either the 8000 or G800, but there are no differences aside from the numbers. The Gildan 8000 is the DryBlend® 50/50 T-shirt. Gildan uses a 50% cotton, 50% polyester blend. The shirt weighs 5.5 oz., comes in more than 40 colors, and comes in sizes: S - 5XL. The DryBlend® fabric is moisture wicking, which allows for comfort and temperature control, especially for the outdoors and sports. The 50% polyester makes the shirt less prone to shrinkage compared to cotton and the polyester material makes it more stain-resistant. Often though, customers will prefer shirts with a higher fabric content such as the Gildan 2000 (Ultra Cotton®) or Gildan 5000 (Heavy Cotton™).

Link to Gildan DryBlend® 50/50 T-Shirt, Gildan® 8000, G800

Features

  • Double-needle sleeve and bottom hems
  • Fiber content varies by color, see color list for exceptions
  • Taped neck and shoulders
  • 7/8" rib collar
  • Classic fit tubular body 
  • Classic midweight fabric with DryBlend® technology: delivers moisture-wicking properties
  • Grey pearlized tear away label
  • Transitioning to New Grey Razor Label in 2022
  • 100% of our fabric cutting scraps are recycled into fiber and used in new products
  • 33% of the energy used to manufacture our products comes from renewable resources

Fit

  • Classic Fit

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Sizing
S M L XL 2XL 3XL 4XL 5XL
Body Length 28 In 29 In 30 In 31 In 32 In 33 In 34 In 35 In
Body Width 18 In 20 In 22 In 24 In 26 In 28 In 30 In 32 In
Sleeve Length 15.6 In 17 In 18.5 In 20 In 21.5 In 22.9 In 24.3 In 25.4 In

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